The 46th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) Colloquium will take place at the University of Vienna and the University of Graz on 11th-15th April, 2023.

The main colloquium focuses on redundancy and deficiency in grammar. The goal is to bring together researchers investigating various notions and applications of redundancy and deficiency in phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics, as well as their relevance in language variation, change and acquisition.

In addition to the main session, there will be two thematic workshops, one on non-automatic alternations in phonology and one on mismatched pronouns.

For the main colloquium, which will include a poster session as well, scholars are invited to submit unpublished papers discussing redundancy and deficiency within all areas of generative linguistics. Submissions on phonological topics are especially welcome. The two workshops have their own topics and expect papers relating to them. Abstract submissions open October 1st, 2022. For more information see the Call for Papers.

We encourage participants to attend in person in Vienna and Graz. We are aware that due to the pandemic situation this is not always possible, so GLOW46 will take place in a hybrid fashion.


  • Boban Arsenijevic (University of Graz)
  • Eva-Maria Remberger (University of Vienna)

Organizing Committee

  • Boban Arsenijevic (University of Graz)
  • Daniel Büring (University of Vienna)
  • Irene Fally (University of Vienna)
  • Pamela Goryczka (University of Vienna)
  • Steffen Heidinger (University of Graz)
  • Peter Herbeck (University of Vienna)
  • Paolo Izzo (University of Vienna)
  • Dalina Kallulli (University of Vienna)
  • Iva Kovač (University of Vienna)
  • Magdalena Lohninger (University of Vienna)
  • Edgar Onea (University of Graz)
  • Markus Pöchtrager (University of Vienna)
  • Martin Prinzhorn (University of Vienna)
  • Petra Rauchberger (University of Vienna)
  • Eva-Maria Remberger (University of Vienna)
  • Kriszta Eszter Szendröi (University of Vienna)
  • Albert Wall (University of Vienna)
  • Susi Wurmbrand (University of Vienna)

For any questions about the main colloquium or either workshop, please contact the local organizing committee at